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    How is this car called in the U.S. ?

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    What is the model name of this car in the U.S. ?

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    I've not seen that one before. What's its name outside of the US?
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    It is called Wagon R+
    A tiny funny car with tiny engine and i was looking for some body fiber parts if any.

    I saw some parts like those in Japan but they are very expensive.

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    It's a Suzuki, and they're called the same in Europe...

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    So is there any source for body parts i the U.S. ?

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    you might give this place a try... not sure if they carry for that vehicle but you never know

    http://ecat.crosscanadaparts.com/php...se/welcome.php

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    Thank you, i had a look but this model seems to be definitely unknown.
    Lol it seems that this ugly tiny van is scaring customers and manufacturers
    I'll wait

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    It sold for a short period of time in Australia as the Wagon R+ too, however I haven't heard of any bodykits being available in Aus. It was mostly picked up by mom and pop types who wanted to go from the retirement home to the shops once a week, they didn't need to look the bomb heheh

    However, the kit in the photo there looks pretty funky, almost an early take on a Scion or Kia Soul.

    Its just screaming for a turbo Hayabusa motorbike engine to be thrown into it though

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    it's not sold in the US

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chester View Post
    It was mostly picked up by mom and pop types who wanted to go from the retirement home to the shops once a week, they didn't need to look the bomb heheh


    Quote Originally Posted by Chester View Post
    However, the kit in the photo there looks pretty funky, almost an early take on a Scion or Kia Soul.

    Its just screaming for a turbo Hayabusa motorbike engine to be thrown into it though
    I agree
    At present time maybe a tiny snail in the engine bay would be enough.

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